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    Bready Sausage Rolls

    Great Grandma's Bready Sausage Rolls

    One of the tastiest treats we like to get our taste buds around (first dished up by our kids’ Great Grandma!) are sausage rolls – but not in the traditional sense as this recipe uses bread not pastry . . .









    Bready Sausage Rolls

    Serving Size: Makes 20 sausage rolls


    • 20 slices of bread, crusts removed
    • 50g cheddar, grated
    • English mustard, to taste (approx 3tbsp)
    • 20 chipolatas or cocktail sausages


    1. Trim the crusts off the bread slices, and use a rolling pin to flatten them.
    2. Grate the cheese (we use cheddar but you can use any variety you like) into a bowl, and add in the English mustard or whichever mustard you prefer, but my little ones like English the best. I would add around 3tbsp, but use as much as your tastebuds can handle.
    3. Spread the cheesy mustard mix onto the bread, and add one small sausage (chipolatas or you can use two smaller cocktail sausages end to end) into the middle. You can pre-cook the sausages if you like the peace of mind that they are definitely cooked (as I do, I find it tricky to know if little sausages are cooked all the way through ithout stabbing them with a skewer!).
    4. Roll the bread and cheesy mustard mix around the sausage until you have a fully rolled parcel. Cook the sausage rolls for about 15-20 minutes at around 180C, depending on how crispy you would like them.
    5. Other quick and tasty ideas include sticky sausages – halfway through cooking your cocktail sausages, drizzle honey over the top of them for a nice sweet glaze. You can also add herbs or even mustard to the top.
    6. The result is a crispy, yummy delight! They never last long at family parties we have anyway – especially if our Great Grandma has made them as hers always seem to be that bit tastier!

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